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Cross Lanes
Kanawha County, West Virginia


The largest nonincorporated city in the U.S.

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Statistics & Facts

The West Virginia state capital is Charleston.
The population of Cross Lanes is approximately 9995 (2010).
The approximate number of families is 4,465 (1990), 4312 (2010).
The amount of land area in Cross Lanes is 18.758 sq. kilometers.
The amount of surface water is 0.087 sq kilometers.
The distance from Cross Lanes to Washington DC is 271 miles.
The distance to the West Virginia state capital is 9 miles. (as the crow flies)
Cross Lanes is positioned 38.43 degrees north of the equator and 81.76 degrees west of the prime meridian.



Kathy Mattea, a country singer, is from Cross Lanes
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Cross Lanes City Government

Cross Lanes/Tyler Mtn. Volunteer Fire Dept. email:
5380 Big Tyler Rd
Cross Lanes WV

Cross Lanes Historical Events

7 July 1990
A Dairy Goat to Be remembered in the History of Cross Lanes
Priscilla makes the Record!

Tyler Mt. May's Priscilla made the Guinness Book Of Records on July 7,1990 for the Highest milk yield in one day, with 29.7 pounds of milk!
Priscilla is a La Mancha Dairy Goat, bred and owned by Carol Sue Burdette, 4615 Big Tyler Rd, Cross Lanes 25313
This World Record in Guinness Book was issued to Carol Sue Burdette on May 2,1997, for Tyler MT. May's Priscilla. This Doe is also the All Time La Mancha record holder with the highest amount of milk in La Mancha history. She still holds that Record of 5,400 pounds of milk in 253 days .
See our webpage about the goats at:

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